Gareth Williams researched a case study on how different forms of corruption affect private sector development in Sierra Leone with a view to identifying political economy causes and feasible options for action. This is part of a three country study (Nepal, Bangladesh and Sierra Leone) commissioned by DFID Nepal and led by The IDL Group.
The Policy Practice and IDL Group have been commissioned by OECD to develop an analytical framework to understand how international factors affect corruption at the country level. The framework will be developed illustrated and tested through four country case studies: Cameroon, Sierra Leone, Uganda and Zambia.
Monitoring the Principles for Good International Engagement in Fragile States and Situations: Global Report
The Policy Practice provided analytical and drafting support for this report, which brings together experience from six countries on the implementation of the Ten Principles for Good International Engagement in Fragile States and Situations. This involved synthesising the proceedings of six country consultations (Afghanistan, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Haiti, Sierra Leone and Timor Leste) and co-authoring the Global Report.